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Winning Moves Mah Jongg
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- Choose the modern American rules or the classic Chinese rules
- The American version kicks off the action with the ever-popular "Charleston
- The Chinese version offers a myriad of game-play possibilities
- Both inspire you to draw and discard your way to a winning hand
- The American version kicks off the action with the ever-popular "Charleston"
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My older grandchildren often asked me if I would teach them how to play Mah Jongg. They are now giving me a run for the money. But, the younger ones used the tiles to build tunnels and buildings for their small cars.
"Winning Moves Games" recently sent me a the Gold Standard Edition of the Mah Jongg Card Game. It is a boxed edition of 152 gold edged cards. The object of the game is to GO MAH JONGG by "drawing and discarding until one has three sets of "FOUR" identical cards and one pair." Each player starts with 650 points. So, no one is low man on the totem pole.
There are excellent easy to follow rules. The card game begins with the Charleston, much like the American version of the tile game. Then the dealer discards one card face up to start the actual game, etc. The main suits are the ubiquitous Craks, Dots, and Bams. Four fire breathing dragons of each color are included along with the sixteen Winds There are eight Flowers, including the four Seasons (Flowers)as in the American game. The eight Jokers are ever present readily available to the lucky ones. As in American Mah Jongg, the jokers cannot be used in a pair. This was a tricky rule that didn't go over too well with the kids.
We had two table set up the other day. Heard lots of clicking and clanking from one, and lots of ohs and laughter from the other. The younger children were completely absorbed with the card game and played several times during their week's vacation. Even the teenagers joined in the fun.
I would highly recommend this game as a wonderful past time and experience for young and old. Great pathway to an exciting world of the American tile version of Mah Jongg.
I just purchased the Gold Standard Edition in a brick & mortar today. The gold card edges are a very nice touch, but the card stock is a bit thin, and the coating is semi-glossy. Will update my review once I've played a few rounds.
On a side note, we trimmed the set to align with the Chinese rules as opposed to the American Mah Jongg rules that these cards are made for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We took these on a recent trip to Jamaica and we had a blast - not only on our trip but on the beach we played, in the game room and it was very convenient. Read morePublished 25 days ago by JessieC
I love my Mah Jongg card game. I can play it solitaire or with one other person or with several friends. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mrs. teacher
Fun card game and small enough to take on plane or car trip. Only negative is the flimsy plastic card holder.Published 3 months ago by Luv2Trvl
Lots of fun with it. Adapted it to the regular Mah Jongg rules and loved it.Published 5 months ago by Len S.
I remember playing lots of board games with my brothers and sisters when I younger and when I grew up I wanted to be able share the same experiences with my kids. Read morePublished 9 months ago by The Stuff of Success
Bought these cards for practice, as I am a new player. They are very well made and the graphics are beautiful.Published 9 months ago by N2fun